Thursday, August 14, 2014

Win a Cricut Explore machine!

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If you have been reading about my experiences with the Cricut Explore that I bought in February and thinking about all of the things you could cut (and those perfect circles and scallops!) you won't want to miss this chance to win a Cricut Explore.

All you need to do is to sign up for the Cricut Newsletter by August 19th (next Tuesday) and you will be automatically entered into a drawing to win an Explore.  Use your email or login with Facebook and you will automatically be subscribed to the newsletter and be entered for the giveaway.

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The free images to cut this week are the subjects from Locker Talk  - these would be handy for decorating school folders as the kids are getting back to school.  You will find the free images available for you to use in the Cricut Craftroom or Design Space when you log in to your account.  They are free for just a week -next week something new will be available so be sure to get those projects done now!

There is also a sale on over 100 of the most popular image sets and cartridges.  You can find them HERE

Mats and blades are on sale for 30% off this week - click HERE to find them.  I haven't changed the blade on my Explore yet - the new German Carbide Premium Blades are amazingly durable!

If you shop on the Cricut site this week, you can get free standard shipping on all orders in the continental US by using the code SCHOOLSHIP! (all capitals and don't forget the exclamation point!).

Birthday week is continuing at our house - I'll have some more cards to share soon since I don't like to post them on the blog until they are received! 
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